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Japanese. Women’s language as a group identity marker in Japanese

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Abstract

1.Introduction 2.The indigenous way of looking at women&#8217;s language <br /> 3.Women&#8217;s languages in women&#8217;s worlds <br />3.1<i>Nyoobo kotoba</i>: The language of court ladies <br />3.2<i>Yuujogo</i>: The language of the courtesans <br /> 4.The impact on present-day women&#8217;s language <br />4.1Establishing women&#8217;s language as a group language <br />4.2Indexing group identity and molding the speaker&#8217;s self <br />4.3Adding valuable image <br /> 5.Conclusion <br /> <i>References</i>

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